Edit Custom Tables added by Plugins
In WordPress, you have the standard database tables where the posts, pages, products, user accounts, taxonomies, and comments are stored.
However, many plugins add custom database tables for storing information without slowing down the WordPress site. For example:
– LMS plugins save courses and user progress in custom tables (LearnDash, LearnPress, TutorLMS)
– Affiliate systems save affiliate data, clicks, and statistics in custom tables (AffiliateWP)
– Forum plugins save threads and forums in custom tables
– Directory plugins usually save listings and meta data in custom tables, and many more plugins
Usually you can edit the standard information using our WP Sheet Editor plugin or other plugins. But the custom tables added by other plugins are very difficult to edit. You are forced to use ugly and tedious interface that come with those plugins.